The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh

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Starring: Vanessa Redgrave’s voice. Seriously. She narrated this movie.

Review in a nutshell: The Nothing stars in a movie inspired by Eleanor Rigby.

OK, maybe not…

How’s this, a guy inherits a house full of Weeping Angels and The Nothing saves him from them.

hmmm, not that either. Maybe this?

This movie is about a ghost daydreaming that her estranged son comes back to her house where she’s been hoarding all the antiques he sold over the years. Mom narrates and son has small nervous break down before saying “fuck this shit, this is why I’m her estranged son” and leaves. Except he wasn’t there in the first place and she’s totally going to become an insane spirit and the boys from Supernatural to come put her down.

Oh and there is some creepy shit in the house. The prop guys must have had a blast shopping for this movie. The weirdest piece being a black statue in the front room that sticks out like s sore thumb but has absolutely nothing to do with the plot. It’s just there being creepy.

Where I found it: Netflix

How much I paid for it: 82 minutes

Points of interest: Written and directed by the Founder of Rue Morgue Magazine.

The Money Shot: It would have been when the angel statue opened it’s eyes if I hadn’t been yelling “OPEN THEM ALREADY!” at the obviously painted actor.

Related Links:
Vanessa Redgrave
Godhead’s Cover of Eleanor Rigby
The Nothing from the Never Ending Story
Weeping Angels from Doctor Who
Rue Morgue

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  1. Great post. I watched this last night and barely kept my eyes open through it. I was hoping there would be some pay off in the end that would make it somewhat worth while but that crap about it all being a dream was the worst.

    1. Thanks! I really find that I prefer a little tiny bit of explanation of what the heck I just watched. Especially when it’s as slooooooooow as this was.

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